Sport Gus Poyet has made his first move of the January transfer window with a bid of £2.5m for Liam Bridcutt

The midfielder joins from Brighton

Student Jason Kelly wears the new England shirt

Drei Löwen auf dem Hemd? It's all kicking off about the new England shirt unveiled by Jack Wilshere

The strip will be used for the first time in the friendly against Republic of Ireland

Lions call-up Matt Stevens will be in action for Sarries today

British and Irish Lions 2013: Matt Stevens targeting starting place on tour

The Saracens prop was one of the surprise inclusions in the squad

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Beckham began his professional career at United, making his first-team debut in 1992. He won the Premier League title six times, the FA Cup twice, and the Champions League once. Beckham was the first choice on the right-wing throughout his time at Old Trafford.

David Beckham retires: the statement in full

The former England captain will hang up his boots at the end of the season

The player who set the tone yesterday was another fresh native talent, Callum McManaman

From shocking foul to diamond for Callum McManaman

Was this shock bigger than Wimbledon in 1988? Was it the biggest since Sunderland in 1973? These were the questions being asked here last night, but it was another FA Cup final that came to mind while watching Callum McManaman tear Manchester City apart.

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iStyle: Mod operandi

Ben Sherman is celebrating five decades of innovation with a collection inspired by the Sixties Jazz scene. Lee Holmes looks back at the British brand’s rich history

Norwich 1 Aston Villa 2 match report: Gabby Agbonlahor plays saviour but leaves Norwich on edge

Having taken Norwich City into the Premier League two years ago, Paul Lambert did nothing to help keep them there as his Aston Villa side earned the three points that should be enough to ensure their own survival.

The moment the man was dragged back onto the platform by the police officer

Video: The dramatic moment a police officer saves man from an oncoming train

A man attempting to jump in front of a train in a Colombian metro station was rescued by an eagle-eyed policeman who happened to be standing nearby on the platform.

Miguel Delgado Galindo presents a jersey of Argentine soccer star Lionel Messi to Pope Francis, at the Vatican

The hand-over of god: Pope Francis receives signed Lionel Messi shirt

Argentine Pope receives shirt from Barcelona star

A view inside Old Trafford

Naming rights to Old Trafford will not be sold insist Manchester United after new sponsorship deal is agreed

AON have put their name on United's Carrington training ground

Seeing double? Brazilian club try to outwit opponents by wearing same numbered shirts

Midfielder Britto and Rafael Silva of Uniao Barbarense both wore the number five

We wear the world: tribal textiles

Traditional tribal textiles have never looked more modern, says Naomi Attwood

San Marino v England: Fans turn on Rio Ferdinand who criticises set-up of the English game

Hodgson hears chants about defender but preferred to focus on Tuesday’s game

Six Nations: Italy come of age with historic win against Ireland

Italy 22 Ireland 15: Azzurri fire World Cup warning to yesterday's losers Ireland and their earlier victims, France

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Manu Tuilagi gets to grips with Toby Flood during England training

Six Nations 2013: England's Toby Flood wants to make up for hurt with victory over Wales

Cardiff to stage Six Nations decider on Saturday

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